Combat Proven Technologies Launches Datalinks M2DLS at MILCOM


November 11,  2019Combat Proven Technologies (CP Tech) will launch the Mini Micro Data Link System (M2DLS) at the upcoming 2019 MILCOM conference.

The M2DLS is an advanced single unit digital data link system specifically designed for micro and small size platforms which are sensitive to Size, Weight and Power (SWaP). As effective solution for most requirements known today, this advanced system uses open architecture and enables full duplex wideband, digital link, error correction techniques and high-rate communication in the Uplink (UPL) and Downlink (DNL) channels. The M2DLS can downlink real-time video images, LAN, serial data and information from most available sensors. It combines proven technologies and standards with advanced algorithms, to provide reliability and high performance, for the harshest conditions. The M2DLS provides full duplex digital communication. This makes it ideal for applications such as usage in drones and loitering munitions.

Using open architecture and in-house development, CP Tech enables full duplex wideband, digital link, error correction and high-rate communication for uplink and downlink channels. It combines proven technologies and standards with advanced algorithms to provide reliability and high performance for the harshest conditions.

About Combat Proven Technologies:

Combat Proven Technologies designs, fabricates and integrates standard and custom high-performance computing platforms and LCD displays for military, industrial, and commercial markets. Our products include rugged computer systems, 1U-5U rackmount computers, portable computers, transit case integration services, storage arrays, LCD monitors, keyboard video monitors, engineering services, and rapid prototyping.  Using COTS components, we provide solutions for customers who need reliable systems that will operate in a variety of harsh conditions and who require revision control and hardware consistency for multi-year programs.

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